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Halloween On Average: What Weather Do We Usually See This Holiday?

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Halloween is here and even through the morning started off on the rough side with cold, ice and snow, we should still have a pretty nice night for trick or treating! We thought it would be fun to look back and see what our data shows for the average Halloween weather conditions across Colorado Springs and Pueblo.

Colorado Springs:
Colorado Springs on average has a pretty dry and mild Halloween compared to a lot of places around the Midwest. The average high temperature on Halloween is 58 degrees with the average low being 31 degrees. The record high temperature actually occurred last year in 2016 with 80 degrees! The record low was a very chilly 10 degrees back in 1991. The record amount of precipitation was 0.85" in 1972 with 13.8" of that precipitation falling as snow! Colorado Springs is mostly a dry holiday with there only being a 26% climatological chance of precipitation at a trace or more, and only an 18% chance of a trace of snow or more. The last very cold and chilling Halloween day was in 2002 with the morning temperature starting out at 20 degrees and only warming to 24 through the day.

Pueblo:
Pueblo on average also has a pretty dry and mild Halloween compared to a lot of places around the Midwest. The average high temperature on Halloween is 64 degrees with the average low being 29 degrees. The record high temperature actually occurred last year in 2016 with 84 degrees! The record low was a very chilly 14 degrees back in 1991. The record amount of precipitation was 0.8" in 1889 with the record amount of snow being 12.6" in 1972! Pueblo is also a mostly dry holiday with there only being a 25% climatological chance of precipitation at a trace or more, and only an 12% chance of a trace of snow or more. The last very cold and chilling Halloween day was in 2002 with the morning temperature starting out at 23 degrees and only warming to 29 through the day.

The fact that we had snow this morning, even if it only was less than an inch for most places, puts this Halloween in the rare category as it's less than a 20% climatological chance of seeing snow in both cities on this day. The good news is tonight looks dry, just on the chilly side. Temperatures will be in the 40s falling to the upper 30s in Colorado Springs and the low 50s to the low 40s in Pueblo by the time trick or treating is all wrapped up.

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